Topic: Re: Farmall H connecting rod alignment
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Take his advice. The H motors isn't a high speed engine, and unless it was stuck and someone pounded the pistons out, I would say just put 'em back. But, depends on your level of perfection, and your wallet.
When I install a rod and piston, I always turn the crank with a wrench, by hand, and feel for any binding, do it for each piston. Can also check the piston height with a dial indicator on a mount, to see if any are "short".
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